being new to this list I first want to send greetings to everyone around here.
I joined because I ran into a problem with Jython 2.5.2 that I can’t easily solve on my own.
We embedded Jython into our own application which means we do calls to Python code from within java.
Within the call we need to make a deep copy of some structures that have been handed over from the java side so we have to deal with java style variables here.
Doing this I ran into the problem that a deep copy of an array of String (String) is not working correctly.
A String in java is represented as an array.array with a type code of “java.lang.string” in Jython.
The problem comes up due to the special semantics of the array.array() constructor which needs either a letter (new typecode) or an object as a template.
Deepcopy now uses –straight forward—a java.lang.string object as the template which seems correct for me. Unfortunately the author of array.array() refuses to accept this kind of argument with the error message “array() argument 1 must be char, not str”. So deepcopy-ing a String fails.
Unfortunately the String is hidden in a structure (HashMap) which is a map of options which are only partly evaluated in the code in questions, most simply must be ignored and passed forward.. So it’s not easy to predict if such an array is there and its existence can not be pinned down to just a few cases. So replacing deepcopy and doing an own conversion is VERY inconvenient at the best.
Does anybody know of a clever workaround for this problem?
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